May 9, 2021

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Coronavirus latest: Paul Hunter said the virus is on the rise in the UK

Many parts of the UK are once again enjoying the luxury of retail and retail. The simplification Coronavirus Months after the blockade was released, much to the relief of the Rhinovirus virus. The sharp rise is expected to reopen in March.

Speaking The Times, Paul Hunter, a professor of medicine at the University of Eastern England, explains:

Schools and playgroups are spreading.

According to The Times, public health data from the UK shows that since January, the rate of positive response to regurgitation has increased significantly.

For children between the ages of five and 14, at the end of January and early February, about 30 percent were positive in early April.

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A recent basis Study The rhinovirus in the Journal of Infectious Diseases responds to the inhibition of the duplication of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19).

Interferon is a molecule that destroys viruses produced by the body’s immune system to fight infectious bacteria.

According to new data, one in 40,000 cases of cholera virus is now registered in the UK.

“We are among the lowest in Europe,” said Professor Tim Spear, who runs the ZOE COVID app, which has been downloaded by about 4.5 million Britons.

What are the symptoms of the flu?

Cold symptoms come on gradually and may include:

  • Blocked or runny nose
  • Sore throat
  • Headache
  • Muscle pain
  • Cough
  • By sneezing
  • High temperature
  • Pressure on your ears and face
  • Loss of taste and smell.

According to NHS data, the symptoms are similar in adults and children.

Although the health department explains that the symptoms can sometimes be prolonged in children.

If you have a high temperature, a new, persistent cough or have lost or changed to smell or taste, COVID-19 may be.

Evidence suggests that people with multiple symptoms are at least one of these symptoms.

If you have major symptoms of COVID-19, it is recommended that you get a PCR test (laboratory test) if you have COVID-19 as soon as possible.

You and your roommate should not stay indoors and goblins until you get your test results – just leave your home for a test.

If you have been in close contact with them for 48 hours from the time your symptoms started or before they started, anyone in your pediatric care or emergency room should also stay home.